By John Nathan, October 10, 2008
Pleasance Theatre, London N7
There will be those who balk at Jonathan Lichtenstein's memory play. It shifts from Berlin in 1990, just after the city's dividing wall had been taken down, to Bethlehem, 2006, just as Israel's security wall is being put up.
It also switches to and from the Nazi theft of a Jewish business in 1930s Berlin to Israel's destruction of a Palestinian's home to make way for the wall.